Friends - brothers and sisters in Christ - this is my first post, and I trust someone will let me know if I've done this incorrectly!
I wanted to share my comic strip with everyone. I produce Lum and Abner on a weekly basis. It's family-friendly entertainment based on a 1931-54 radio comedy series (and 1940s-50s movies). The heirs give me permission. I have been at this for 11 years.
Here is a link through which you can check out the strips online - free! I offer free subscriptions and offer the print version to newspapers:
Also we offer a free audio enactment of every comic strip. This was started in 2011 for our blind friends but it's taken on a life of its own.
If you've never heard of Lum and Abner, the program and it's characters are warm, down-home, rural folks who live in a tiny community called Pine Ridge, Arkansas. It was the inspiration for many other rural characters in comics, films, and television. Lum and Abner predated characters the likes of Snuffy Smith and Li'l Abner as well as the TV series The Real McCoys, The Andy Griffith Show, The Beverly Hillbillies, and Green Acres. In fact, there are connections between L&A and some of those!
Feel free to contact me!
May God richly Bless you all!